"I'm doing 500 / I'm out of control now,"
Here's the thing, though: For all the righteous fury he summoned in "Black Skinhead" -- which appears to have been inspired in part by reactions to his relationship with
Built atop what's reported to be (and indeed sounds an awful lot like) a sample from Marilyn Manson's "The Beautiful People," "Black Skinhead" is a long way from the lush, ornate sound of West's last solo album, 2010's "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy."
The same goes for "New Slaves," the other song he performed on "SNL," not long after it was projected on the sides of various buildings around the world Friday. Over a stark electro-rap riff, he observes, "My mama was raised in the era when clean water was only served to the fairer skin."
Both tracks are apparently due for inclusion on West's upcoming album, reportedly titled "Yeezus" and due out June 18. Among the guests rumored to appear are Daft Punk,
Consider Pop & Hiss officially excited -- and almost certainly unprepared.
Watch "Black Skinhead" and "New Slaves" below.